volcano-bay-universal-orlando.jpegOne of the great news of 2017 in Orlando is the Volcano Bay Park, inspired by the latest technologies of water parks and tropical resorts around the world. With a belief that water is life and life is joy, this new attraction of Universal is defined not only as a simple water park, but rather as a water theme park. One of its main differentials is the imposing volcano called Krakatau, which is located in the center of the park.

Are you curious about the attractions and the differentials of the Volcano Bay in Orlando? So follow our post today!

Various thematic areas

In addition to the Krakatau volcano, the park has three other theme areas: Wave Village, River Village and Rainforest Village. Know a little about each one:

Krakatau

During the day, the Krakatau, which is about 60 meters, provides tourists with beautiful waterfalls, transforming into an active volcano at night with burning lava.

Vila Wave

The area is located at the base of the volcano and provides a peaceful location overlooking the sparkling waters of Waturi Beach, an artificial beach that sits on the edge of a lagoon with waves.

River Village

It is the most familiar area of the Volcano Bay, with many attractions and experiences that include the whole family, such as raft trips and playground for children, as well as the Kopiko Wai Winding River, a gentle winding river that winds through hidden caves, and Tiki Reef Tot.

Rainforest Village

The Rainforest Village stretches along the banks of an action-packed river to provide the perfect blend of relaxation and joy. Among the attractions in the area are rafting tours that will ensure a lot of excitement!

Premium seats

The park offers several premium chairs, just choose the location. The space is private and includes a pair of padded sun loungers, an adjustable umbrella and built-in closet for storing your items.

Private cabins

The Volcano Bay offers individual cabins with a capacity of up to six people, or family units, with capacity for up to sixteen people.

The cabins have a concierge service and exclusive options for fruit and snacks, as well as a small refrigerator stocked with water, a closet and a towel service, among other pampering.

Differentiated cuisine

There are more than 60 choices of dishes to choose from, among them the Jerked Mahi sandwich and the desserts like Guava Tapioca Pudding. All dishes are inspired by Southern Pacific cuisine.

In addition, the park offers a variety of tropical drinks. For children, one of the best options is POG, a non-alcoholic blend of passion fruit, orange and guava juices. Adults can taste the Toasted Coconut Pineapple, a blend of roasted coconut rum and fresh pineapple juice.

Bracelets to avoid queues in attractions

One of the main differentials of the Volcano Bay is the use of the TapuTapu wristbands, with a technology that allows the guest to avoid queuing in the attractions.

The visitor presses the bracelet on an available totem off one of the attractions and then returns after receiving a notification that their turn has arrived.

TapuTapu wristbands also unleash special effects scattered throughout the park.

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